fulgence

noun ful·gence \ˈfu̇ljən(t)s, ˈfəl-\
variants: or

fulgency

\-nsē\

Definition of fulgence

plural

fulgences

or

fulgencies

  1. :  brilliant luster :  resplendence

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Origin and Etymology of fulgence

fulgence from Middle English, from fulgent, after such pairs as Middle English excellent: excellence; fulgency from fulgent + -cy


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